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Carbon Sequestration (General)

Material in this section originates from the following category in our Subject Index:

Carbon Sequestration (General)


Material preceded by an asterisk (*) was posted after this subject summary was written and therefore is not included in the summary.  This material will be integrated into the summary at a later date.

Summary


* -- The Impact of Key Climate Drivers on Terrestrial Carbon Storage

* -- Semi-Arid Ecosystems: Their Impact on the Global Carbon Cycle

* -- Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide: Reducing Its Own Greenhouse Effect

* -- Earth's Land and Water Surfaces: Net Sources or Sinks for CO2?

* -- The Carbon Sink Efficiency of the Earth

* -- Another Take on the Airborne Fraction of Anthropogenic CO2

* -- The Airborne Fraction of Anthropogenic CO2 Emissions

* -- Earth's Land Surface: Source or Sink of Anthropogenic CO2?

* -- Climatic vs. Plant Physiological Effects of Rising Atmospheric CO2 Concentrations on Biospheric Carbon Capture in Europe

* -- Fertilizing the Earth with CO2

* -- Demise of Carbon Sequestration "Free Ride" Greatly Exaggerated

* -- The Highly-Hyped "No Regrets" Aspect of Carbon Sequestration Misses Its Real Significance

* -- Effects of Elevated CO2 and Temperature on Saltmarsh Plants

* -- Effects of Elevated CO2 on Bog Vegetation

* -- Differential Responses of Bog Vegetation to Elevated CO2 and Nitrogen Supply

* -- A Bright Future for the Biosphere

* -- Planetary Carbon Sequestration: Earth's Biosphere Flexes Its Muscles

* -- Differential Responses of Peat Moss to Elevated CO2 and Nitrogen Supply

* -- Effects of Elevated CO2 and Nitrogen Supply on Peat Moss

* -- Carbon Sequestration in the Coterminous United States

No Pain, No Gain

A Two-Century History of Biospheric CO2 Exchange

Modeling Ecosystem Carbon Sequestration in the United States as a Function of Increasing CO2 and Climate Change

CO2 Exchange in Arctic Tundra Ecosystems

Plant Growth and Carbon Sequestration in Terrestrial Ecosystems: Model Calculations Based on Empirical Observations

Terrestrial Biosphere Heals Itself

Future Trends of Carbon Sequestration by the Terrestrial Biosphere

Biospheric Carbon Sequestration: Does It Really Work?

Rising CO2 Affects Ocean Carbon Pumps

Vegetative Response to Rapid Climate Change in Southern Europe

What is the biochemical fate of CO2?

Earth's Past Biospheric Productivity Inferred from Oxygen Isotopes in Greenland Ice Core

Vegetative Growth Trends in Northern Eurasia

How can CO2 be removed from the air?

CO2 Sequestration: Our Father was Right Probably

CO2 Uptake by Terrestrial Vegetation

Atmospheric CO2 and the Chemical Weathering of Soils